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MTNL Seeks Delhi, Mumbai Mobile Licence Extension Till 2021

The telecom PSU has argued that its mobile licence for the two service areas remained underused in the first four years of the permits lifespan, for various reasons.

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TVS Motor, Royal Enfield To Pass On GST Benefit To Customers

Niche bike maker Royal Enfield has reduced prices of its models by up to Rs 2,300 (on-road Chennai) while TVS Motor did not disclose quantum of price cut on its product portfolio.

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EESL Eyes Rs 6,000 Crore Turnover In 3 Years

The EESL would have the first mover advantage because it is the only firm providing complete energy-efficient solutions for different kinds of structures and buildings in the country.

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What Positive Change Technology Can Provide To PM's Smart City Plans

How IoT can resolve this problem? Imagine smart bins and garbage containers placed strategically at street corners, which have the capabilities to compress the trash with in-built sensors. It can increase the load capacity almost three to four times to help municipal trucks make less number of ferries from pick up to disposal points

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Modi-Trump Talks: Civil Nuclear Deal To Figure, No Pact On Reactors

A host of strategic issues are expected to be discussed during the parleys between the leaders of the world's two largest democracies, including the progress on the 2008 civil nuclear deal, according to official sources here.

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CSR Boost For Treatment Of Rare Diseases

Rare diseases are those which affect a small percentage of population. They are usually chronic and progressive and because of their complexity, it becomes very difficult to diagnose and treat them.

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Middle East Crisis: Pawns In The New Great Game

The current claustrophobic squeeze imposed on Qatar is part of a larger game being played out between the coalitions led by Saudi Arabia and Iran

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“There’s A Fear Of The Unknown”

With the country set for a July 1 GST rollout, the man driving the mission, Union Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia, opens up in an exclusive conversation with BW Businessworld’s Suman K Jha, and says that there may be some uncertainty in the initial few months, with the people not having enough knowledge, but the situation will ease thereafter

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Western, Southern States Control Over 60% Of Bank Credit: RBI

Significantly, the southern states had higher credit outstanding in 1989-90 fiscal, with an outstanding of Rs 29,600 crore, while the western states had a lower Rs 29,000 crore then.

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Pepe Jeans Plans To Open 50 Stores In India In 2017

In the innerwear segment, the company is planning to begin with men's products and then will subsequently move into other categories.

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Banks Have No Liability For Loss Of Valuables In Lockers: RBI

Stung by the revelation, the lawyer who had sought information under the transparency law has now moved the Competition Commission of India (CCI) alleging "cartelisation" and "anti-competitive practices" by the banks in respect of the locker service.

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UK To Maintain Duty-Free Access For Developing Countries After Brexit

The government said around 48 countries would continue to benefit from tariff-free exports on all goods other than arms and ammunition to the UK and that once it had left the EU in 2019 it would explore options to expand trade relations further.

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Air India Privatisation Welcome But Clear Salary Dues First: Pilots

Facing tough financial conditions, Air India had resorted to salary cuts in 2012. Since then, arrears have been accumulating even as certain section of employees accepted revised pay scales.

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'PPP Model In Healthcare Will Help Deliver Efficient Services'

Talking about potential of PPP model in the health sector, NATHEALTH president, Dr Arvind Lal said, "for higher spending in the healthcare sector, PPP projects need to be scaled up and implemented across the country and the government needs to encourage successful projects."

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Job Market Eyes GST Booster For Over 1 Lakh Immediate Openings

The historic tax reform, to be rolled out from July 1, is expected to help the formal job sector attain an annualised growth rate of 10-13 per cent and fuel demand for professionals in various segments of the economy, experts said.

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